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Studies in the English Renaissance drama;

Author: Josephine Waters Bennett
Publisher: London, P. Owen & Vision Press [1961]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [New ed.]View all editions and formats
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Named Person: Karl Julius Holzknecht; Karl J Holzknecht
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Josephine Waters Bennett
OCLC Number: 1345893
Notes: "In memory of Karl Julius Holzknecht."
Cargill, O. Karl J. Holzknecht.--Preface, by O. Cargill.--A medieval survival in Elizabethan punctuation, by A.C. Baugh.--Enter citizens, by M. Black.--The death of Hamlet; a study in plot and character, by F. Bowers.--Revised Elizabethan quartos; an attempt to form a class, by H. Craig.--Robert Walker's editions of Shakespeare, by G.E. Dawson.--James I, Bacon, Middleton, and the making of The peace-maker, by R. Dunlap.--Anthony Munday, by M. Eccles.--Julius Caesar, a play without political bias, by V. Hall, Jr.--The mystery of Perkin Warbeck, by A. Harbage.--Troilus divided, by R.C. Harriet.--The tragic hero in early Elizabethan drama, by S.F. Johnson.--A quip from Tom Nashe, by D.J. McGinn.--Heywood's sources for the main plot of A woman killed with kindness, by W.F. McNeir.--The acting in University comedy of early seventeenth-century England, by L.J. Mills.--Evidence for dating Marlowe's Tragedy of Dido, by T.M. Pearce.--Mucedorus, most popular Elizabethan play? By G.F. Reynolds.--Then I denie you starres; a reading of Romeo and Juliet, by I. Ribner.--A chaste maid in Cheapside and Middleton's city comedy, by S. Schoenbaum.--Song in Jonson's comedy: a gloss on Volpone, by F.W. Sternfeld.--Clarendon and Ben Jonson as witnesses for the Earl of Pembroke's character, by D. Taylor, Jr.--Falstaff, clown and man, by E.C. Wilson.
Description: xxvi, 368 pages 22 cm
Contents: Karl J. Holzknecht, by O. Cargill. --
Preface, by O. Cargill. --
A medieval survival in Elizabethan punctuation, by A.C. Baugh. --
Enter citizens, by M. Black. --
The death of Hamlet: a study in plot and character, by F. Bowers. --
Revised Elizabethan quartos; an attempt to form a class, by H. Craig. --
Robert Walker's editions of Shakespeare, by G.E. Dawson. --
James I, Bacon, Middleton, and the making of The peace-maker, by R. Dunlap. --
AnthonMunday, by M. Eccles. --
Julius Caesar, a play without political bias, by V. Hall, Jr. --
The mystery of Perkin Warbeck, by A. Harbage. --
Troilus divided, by R.C. Harrier. --
The tragic hero in early Elizabethan drama, by S. FJohnson. --
A quip from Tom Nashe, by D.J. McGinn. --
Heywood's sources for the main plot of A woman killed with kindness, by W.F. McNeir. --
The acting in university comedy of early seventeenth-century England, by L.J. Mills. -Evidence for dating Marlowe's Tragedy of Dido, by T.M. Pearce. --
Mucedorus, most popular Elizabethan play? By G.F. Reynolds. --
Then I denie you starres; a reading of Romeo and Juliet, by I. Ribner. --
A chaste maid in Cheapside anMiddleton's city comedy, by S. Schoenbaum. --
Song in Jonson's comedy; a gloss on Volpone, by F.W. Sternfeld. --
Clarendon and Ben Jonson as witnesses for the Earl of Pembroke's character, by D. Taylor, Jr. --
Falstaff, clown and manby E.C. Wilson.
Responsibility: edited by Josephine W. Bennett, Oscar Cargill and Vernon Hall, Jr.

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